Teaching Photography & Advocacy to D.C. Youth

May 3, 2013

DC Met students want to change the rules!

Students are tired of ineffective and unexplained disciplinary policies at DC Met and other schools. They'd like to see a shift towards restorative justice -- a proven alternative to zero-tolerance disciplinary policies. Click here to read a New York Times article on how restorative justice policies are being used in Oakland schools.

DC Met students are not alone in their push for restorative justice. CE's Fellows have been advocating for these alternative discipline programs in all D.C. schools - and their work was recently the subject of a Washington Post front page feature!

Thank you for all of your support - our work would not be possible without dedicated supporters like you!


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Project Leader

Adam Levner

Washington, D.C. United States

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Map of Teaching Photography & Advocacy to D.C. Youth